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IFM 102.2 Annual Noodles & Soup Project IFM 102.2 Annual Noodles & Soup ProjectDate: 21/05/2019

Winter is here and it’s time for our annual #OpKantoor Noodles & Soupproject!Every year we aim to collect at least five thousa ...

An icon launches in The Vaal: Soweto Gold – Superior Golden Lager An icon launches in The Vaal: Soweto Gold – Superior Golden LagerDate: 12/03/2018

It’s the beer born eKasi, brewed for all - now the wait is finally over. Soweto Gold – Superior Golden Lager has arrived in Th ...

Thuli Madonsela Thuli Madonsela's Report into State Capture Released...Date: 02/11/2016

The report prepared by the previous Public Protector, Me Thuli Madonsela, was released this afternoon after the court ordered its

#38 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Thyme #38 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - ThymeDate: 06/01/2016

Thyme is found growing wild in the Mediterranean countries. It is a shrubby evergreen that grows to about 30cm high. Grow ...

#37 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Tarragon #37 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - TarragonDate: 30/12/2015

This perennial herb is a must in the kitchen and a king among culinary herbs. It has a most distinctive scent and flavour. Tar ...

#36 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Tansy #36 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - TansyDate: 23/12/2015

Originally from Europe and Asia, although grown in many countries, this perennial herb was used as a strewing herb, because it ...

#35 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Southernwood #35 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - SouthernwoodDate: 16/12/2015

This bitter herb is indigenous to Italy and Spain and was introduced to England in 1548. It has a strong, aromatic scent and ...

#27 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Parsley #27 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - ParsleyDate: 23/09/2015

Parsley is the universal herb that everybody knows. It is used by cooks around the world, but many people often use it only as ...

#26 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Oregano #26 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - OreganoDate: 16/09/2015

A low growing hardy plant, oregano/origanum is good as a ground cover. It grows to about 30-45cm. Oregano has small pungent ...

#25 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Nasturtium #25 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - NasturtiumDate: 09/09/2015

Nasturtium is known to be both annual and perennial. In warmer climes it is perennial, growing very well in winter. Tropaeolum ...

#24 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Mint #24 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - MintDate: 02/09/2015

Mint is one of those herbs that has been in use for a couple of thousand years in Europe and is now cultivated all over the ...

#23 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Marjoram #23 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - MarjoramDate: 26/08/2015

Native to Asia, Europe and North America, Marjoram was said to spread happiness and was used abundantly back in the Middle ...

#22 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lovage #22 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - LovageDate: 19/08/2015

This is a plant very similar to celery but bigger – grows to about 1-2 m when in flower. One plant is more than enough for an ...

#21 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon Verbena #21 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon VerbenaDate: 12/08/2015

Indigenous to South America, it was introduced to Europe in the mid-1700s. Aloysia refers to the Spanish queen, Marie Louisa ...

#20 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon Grass #20 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon GrassDate: 05/08/2015

Indigenous to the tropics, this perennial grass originates in southeast Asia and Australia. It has narrow leafy stalks, which ...

#19 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon Balm #19 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lemon BalmDate: 29/07/2015

The lovely lemon balm originates from North Africa and southern Europe, although it now grows all over the world. Sensitive to ...

#18 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Lavender #18 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - LavenderDate: 27/05/2015

There are reputed to be over 350 varieties of lavender, although the more common ones we know are the English, French, Spanish ...

#17 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Hyssop #17 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - HyssopDate: 20/05/2015

Hyssop grows about 50cm high and spreads about 22 to 30cm. Bright blue-violet (or pink or white) flowers are much visited by ...

#16 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Garlic #16 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - GarlicDate: 13/05/2015

The bulbous plant grows to about 30cm. Plant a single clove and you will end up with a whole cluster in one bulb which can be ...

#15 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - Fennel #15 – Marloe Scott Wilson, Keep it Green: Notes from Herb Heaven - FennelDate: 06/05/2015

If you put a picture of fennel and dill next to each other, you would be hard pressed to know the difference ~ but fennel is ...

Phat Pat Catering, Recipe of the month - Oxtail! Phat Pat Catering, Recipe of the month - Oxtail!Date: 28/04/2015

The ultimate comfort food! Just right to welcome the cold winter nights that is creeping up on us! The ultimate comfort food ...




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